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Caister Road Chapel - blessing and opening for regular Sunday Mass

Sunday October 31 [1948], the Bishop [Leo Parker] is to offer Mass and open the Chapel of "Our Lady and St Michael" as a Chapel-of-Ease for Mass every Sunday. Short history about the chapel - opened September 5 1867 by Bishop of Demerara, Monsignor Etheridge. Lady Stafford laid the foundation stone ion August 15 1866. Tickets for seats only offered to Caister parishioners due to limited accommodation.

Webb, Stephen Rev SJ MC (1888-1958)

'Death Railway' Church Opens - Catholic Herald

Sub-heads: "Former captive priests officiate", "18th Division", "From Sumatra"; 2 columns: #1 280mm, #2 90mm.
Provides the background to the priests and the decision t build the church. A memorial to Far East PoWs (FEPOWs); 25,000 names recorded in the memorial book. Fr Cowin raised funds for the church. Designed by Donovan Purcell. Reredos designed and painted by Mr John Hensher. Side chapel fabricated for materials from the old church, which was itself a converted stable. Names those leading the ceremony and sketches out some individuals' own backgrounds.

Catholic Herald

Sermon by Rev John Freeland at Opening of Hunstanton Church

Title Page (front cover): "Sermon / preached at the Opening of / Our Lady & St Edmund's / Church, / Hunstanton / on Thursday Evening, July 21st, 1905 / by the / Rev. John Freeland / of Ely."
Printed by S G Street, Pier Gate Library. 1905.
Imprimatur Arthur Riddell, Bishop of Northampton

Freeland, John Francis Rev (1861-1940)